New York's own emerging country artist Carolyn Miller has been performing professionally since the age of eight. A graduate of the Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music, Miller is a veteran member of SAG/AFTRA/AEA and has celebrated an impressive career over the years in not only film and TV, but also on stage and through voice-overs and commercials. Influenced by country artists like Carrie Underwood and Faith Hill, along with pop icons Kelly Clarkson and Adele, Miller has taken her big, powerful voice to create her own style that captures the true essence of country-pop. She released her debut EP 'Unbreakable' last summer independently, which peaked during pre-order at #7 on iTunes Country charts and received radio play on major FM/AM radio stations around the Northeast. Since then, Carolyn has shared the stage with artists such as Chase Rice, Ashley McBryde, Walker Hayes, Adam Doleac, and SmithField to name a few. Her new single "What You Can't Have" was released to critical acclaim earlier this year with features on Hollywood Life, Celebuzz, Whiskey Riff and was named one of the Top 15 Songs at CMA Fest 2019. This "NY Entertainer of the Week" (UpFront NY) and "Artist to Watch" (NashVegas) is currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on new music, selling out shows around her home state, and opening for major label artists nationwide.